Namadgi NP - Long Flat Fire Trail
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Fotografia panorâmica por Unkle Kennykoala EXPERT Criado em 17:25, 11/11/2012 - Views loading...

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Namadgi NP - Long Flat Fire Trail

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Long Flat fire trail in southern Namadgi basking in the late afternoon sun.

This particular section is very pretty and makes for a really pleasant walk on the way back (to Mt Clear campground car park) after a visit to some local features like Long Flat, Chalkers Chimney and Sam Aboud’s Dunny.

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A: Namadgi NP - Chalkers Chimney

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 1.4 Km de distância

Chalkers Chimney in southern Namadgi National Park.To most people who don’t know the history of this ...

Namadgi NP - Chalkers Chimney

B: Namadgi NP - Long Flat

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 3.4 Km de distância

Long Flat is a flat but scenic open land very near the southernmost border of the ACT. As the name su...

Namadgi NP - Long Flat

C: Namadgi NP - Brayshaw's Homestead

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 3.8 Km de distância

Brayshaw's Homestead is one of the first things you will see when walking the Settlers Track loop in ...

Namadgi NP -  Brayshaw's Homestead

D: Namadgi NP - Westerman's Homestead

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 4.8 Km de distância

Westerman's Homestead is one of the huts featured on Settlers Track in southern Namadgi. A good-looki...

Namadgi NP - Westerman's Homestead

E: Namadgi NP - Waterhole Hut

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 6.9 Km de distância

Waterhole Hut in southern Namadgi. This hut can be reached by following the longer loop of Settlers T...

Namadgi NP - Waterhole Hut

F: Namadgi NP - Horse Gully Hut 2

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 7.9 Km de distância

Horse Gully Hut, Namadgi National Park.Some years back a walk to Horse Gully Hut was a dry affair wit...

Namadgi NP - Horse Gully Hut 2

G: Namadgi NP - Horse Gully Hut 1

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 8.0 Km de distância

Horse Gully Hut, Namadgi National Park.Some years back a walk to Horse Gully Hut was a dry affair wit...

Namadgi NP - Horse Gully Hut 1

H: Namadgi NP - New Grassy Creek Fire Trail's Big Fat Tree

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 8.0 Km de distância

A big, fat gumtree that stands out on New Grassy Creek fire trail in southern Namadgi.

Namadgi NP - New Grassy Creek Fire Trail's Big Fat Tree

I: Namadgi NP - Rock Shelter on Mount Boboyan (Yerrabi Walking Track)

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 10.6 Km de distância

Rock Shelter on Mount Boboyan, Namadgi National Park, ACT.This rock shelter can be reached after goin...

Namadgi NP - Rock Shelter on Mount Boboyan (Yerrabi Walking Track)

J: Namadgi NP - Yankee Hat Aboriginal Rock Art

Por Unkle Kennykoala, 16.4 Km de distância

Aboriginal paintings on a granite boulder located in Gudgenby Valley in Namadgi National Park. More i...

Namadgi NP - Yankee Hat Aboriginal Rock Art

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